When I moved to this property a little over a year ago I only had my horses. My cousin and I put gates up for horse stalls in the pole barn. Then I ended up with getting goats again. (I was only goatless for 5 months lol) I bought 2 Nubians. I have decided to get Saanens as well. My main focus will be on my Saanens but will still have my Nubians. I am planning on switching the pole barn to just the goat barn. Horses are getting kicked out. lol They are getting moved to the other barn. The back section of this barn is going to be for the horses. It will have their stalls, hay/grain/bedding and all of their tack. It is a lot bigger in person than what it looks like in the photo...lol My cousin and I have a lot of work this spring. That barn will have 3 sections enclosed before we start tearing down and moving the horse stalls. The wind is horrible where I live. It's all open area so no wind block. I am going to have 2 hydrants put in. One for the back barn and one for the goat barn. I have to message the guy who tore down the 2 barns and see what quote I get for 2 hydrants. So in the pole barn I will have the doe pen which is going to be connected to an outside pen so they will be able to come and go as they please. I will also have a "holding pen" for the does when I am milking or needing to give shots or trim hooves etc. It will be between the doe pen and milk room. My milk room to start out with will not be enclosed but hoping next year I will have money to enclose it and put in a sink, water heater, heater, etc. I will also have a kid pen with an outdoor pen on the south side of the barn. Doe pen will be on the north side. Surprisingly, more of the weather comes from the southwest. So I don't know what they had in this pole barn but part of it is concrete and part is dirt. The dirt part will have the milk room since I am obviously running water lines in there for a sink. I will be glad to get started on this project! I will post updates as we start working on it. My goats. Brown one is Zaylynn Rain and the other is Vera.